Make-up chair
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Makeup chair with original brown lacquer and carving in golden colour. The shape on the top of the back is called 'RU-YI' , which means all is well, all your dreams can come true. The carved figures on the back depict one of the most famous Queens of the Tang Dynasty named 'Yan Gui Fei'. This chair was used as a ladies' makeup chair.
H77 x D34 x W42 cm
beech wood
China Zhejiang province
circa 1850
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